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THE STAGE COACH 



1961 



St. Mary's Junior College 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Gay Davis, Editor 
Stuart Austin, Business Manager 



This is St. Mary's. Set in the traditional "grove of stately oak trees" where some rain, some sun- 
light, and an occasional car from Chapel Hill appear, it attains the reputation of being one of those 
great southern institutions frequented by bevies of interesting people (particularly on week ends). We, 
who live within its historical old stone walls, acquire a deep respect for its traditions as we strengthen 
our spiritual convictions, and expand our intellectual capacities. We find here new reasons for living 
— friends at Carolina and Slate — and new incentives for improvements — extermination of pigeons. At 
times we feel that the "going gets rough" as the radiators bang and as exams come and go. but St. Mary's 
always manages to pull us through the hardest of times. We will certainly remember our days here in 
years to come. The memories of those hours of paging in the parlor, those dates who wouldn't wear 
ties, and those compulsory breakfasts, will never fade. It is here that the bonds of friendship that will 
last a lifetime are strengthened. Yes, this is St. Mary's. 




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Features 
Advertising 



Dedication 




BESSIE B. BROWN 



To one whose sincere interest in all of the students at St. Mary's and 
whose special attention to all of our various needs has made her a vital 
part of our daily lives, we, the Senior Class, wish to say thank you. It is 
to you, Miss Bessie B. Brown, with grateful appreciation, that we dedicate 
the 1961 Stagecoach. 



Administration 





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RICHARD G. STONE 

President 



A.B.. Western Maryland College: Ph.D.. The Johns Hopkins University: L.H.D.. 
Western Maryland College. St. Mary's. 1946-. 



Esteemed for the success he has brought to St. Mary's, respected for 
the wise counseling he has given us, and admired for his charm and dig- 
nity, Dr. Stone takes his position as President of the school. He will 
always be remembered as the keeper of the principles that make St. Mary's 
what it is. 




Our Dean of Students Miss 
Edith A. Richardson, better- 
known as "Miss R," strives con- 
stantly to make St. Mary's more 
profitable, more comfortable, and 
more convenient for us, the stu- 
dents. For her special interest 
in and consideration for our 
problems, no matter how small, 
she will always be gratefully 
remembered in our hearts. 



Our chaplain, Dr. Moultrie 
Guerry, inspires ns to live each 
day to its fullest capacity here 
at St. Mary's. Whether in the 
chapel, in the classroom, or just 
around the campus, his winning 
ways and smiling, but firm coun- 
seling guide us in the right 
directions. 




Faculty 




Doris S. Bailey Physical Education 

B.S.. Texas University for Women; Jacobs Pillow 
University of Dance. St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A.. Columbia Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, 1924-. 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B.. Winthrop College; furlher study at Southern 
Business University and Appalachian State Teachers Col- 
lege. Columbia University. St. Mary's. 1950-. 

Janet R. Broughton Mathema'ics and French 

A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A.. Oberlin College. 
St. Mary's, 1940-. 

Russell Broughton 

Organ, Harmony, History of Music 
Mus B., Mus.M.. Oberlin College; Fellow of the 
American Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda Estey 
Scholarship, Conservatoire Americain Fontainebleau; 
pupil in organ of George Whitfield Andrews, Henri 
Libert; in theory of A. E. Heacox; in composition of 
G. W. Andrews, Nadi Boulanger: in improvisation of 
Marcel Dupre. St. Mary's. 1940-. 

Helen Able Browne Librarian 

A.B., M.A.. Middlebury College; fur her stud) in 
Universidad de Mexico, Mexico, D.F. ; A.B. in Library 
Science, LIniversity of Michigan. St. Mary's, 1934-. 

Mary Johnson Brown Assis:an! Librarian 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia Univer- 
sity. St. Mary's. 1952-. 

Owens Hand Brown Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. The Johns 
Hopkins L'niversity. St. Mary's, 1950-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice and Glee Club 

A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus.B.. West- 
minster Choir College; M.A. in Music. Teachers College. 
Columbia LIniversity; pupil of Julie Bell Soudant. St. 
Mary's, 1940-. 

Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A.. Texas State College for Women: M.A.. Southern 
Methodist University. St. Mary's. 1952-. 

Robert Lee Green Connelly French and Spanish 

A.B., University of North Carolina; graduate studies 
Sorbonne and University of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 
I960-. 

Florence Jean Eggert Spanish and Business English 
A.B., M.A., University of Kansas. St. Mary's. 1957-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington Biology 

Peace Junior College; B.S.. Longwood College: Duke 
LIniversity; M.S.. North Carolina State College. St. 
Mary's. 1957-. 

Catharine W. Fish Biology and Hygiene 

B.A.. Vassar College; M.S.. The Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, I960-. 

Harry W. GERBERDING German, French, and History 

B.A.. M.A., Michigan State University. St. Mary's. 
I960-. 

Moultrie Guerry Bible 

B.A.. The University of the South: B.D.. Virginia Theo- 
logical Seminary; D.D., Virginia Theological Seminary. 
St. Mary's. 1957-. 



William C. Guess Economics 

A.B., LIniversity of North Carolina; M.A.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. St. Mary's, 192!!-. 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw LIniversity School of Music; graduate in 
piano, pupil of James Friskin. Juilliard School of Music: 
B.S. in Music Education. Teachers College. Columbia 
L'niversity; M.S. in Piano Juilliard School of Music; 
pupil of Sascha Gorodnitzki. pupil of Robert and Gaby 
Casadesus, Conservatoire Americain Fontainebleau. St. 
Mary's. 1937-. 

Lawrence E. Hinkle Latin 

A.B., LIniversity of Colorado; M.A.. Columbia Uni- 
versity; D.S. es Latin. Dijon L'niversity. St. Mary's. 
1955-. 

Annie Ruth Lineberry Mathematics 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. Columbia University. 
St. Mary's. 1927-. 

Sara Esther Jones Englisli 

B.S., Asheville College; M.S., George Peabody College 
for Teachers. St. Mary's, 1947-. 

Jane Lloyd Physical Education 

B.S., Mary Washington College; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1957-. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison History and Psychology 
A.B.. M.A.. Dalhousie University: Ph.D.. University 
of Toronto. St. Mary's. 1929-. 

Eugene F. Parker German and Spanish 

B.S.. Norwich University; M.A.. Ph.D.. Harvard Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's. 1947. 

Donald Peery Piano and Theory 

Mus.B.. Overlin College: M.A.. Teachers College. 
Columbia University; pupil of Rosalyn Tureck and Frank 
Sheridan, and Irwin Freuduch New York: Adjudicator, 
National Guild Auditions. St. Mary's. 1940-41; 1944-. 

Carolyn Peacock Poole English and History 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. Overlin College. St. 
Mary's, 1953-. 

HERBERT Shellans Anthropology and Sociology 

B.A.. Brooklyn College, N. Y.: M.A.. University of 
North Carolina.' St. Mary's. 1959-. 

Julienne Moncin Smith 

French and French Conversation 
A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina: Certifical 
E'Etudes. Sorbonne. Paris. St. Mary's. 1947-. 

Nancy W. Stamey Drama and Speech 

Graduate of Columbia College of Speech and Drama. 
St. Mary's. 19S7-. 

Martha S. Stoops History and Government 

A.B., Mary Baldwin College; M.A.. University of Wis- 
consin. St. Mary's. I960-. 

John N. Tate. Jr. Engli h 

B.A.. Louisiana State LIniversity; M.A.. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1957- . 

Margaret C. Williams Art and In His:ory 

A.B.. M.A.. Woman's College of the Universi';y of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's. 1956-. 




Staff 



Bessie B. Brown 

In char jie oj Hook Store and Post Office 

Katie Bullock 

Assistant Dietitian 



Evie Callahan 
Housekeeper 

Robin Fuller 

Alumnae Secretary 



Mrs. Bruce Harrington 
Secretary 



Nell Ruth Jewell, R.N. 
Resilient Nurse 



Julia Jordan 
Secretary 

Chauncey L. Royster 
Physician 



Margaret Sassea 
Assistant Hostess 



Mary Lewis Sasser 
Secretary 



Macy Seagrovf.s 
Nurse 

Stella T. Smith 

Switchboard Operator 

Della B. Trlttt 
Dietitian 



Elizabeth G. Tucker 

Secretary to the President 

Frances Vann 
Secretary 









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Senior Class Officers 




Muff Naber. 
Treasurer. 



lent: Brit) Ihuin. Vice-President; Becky Elmore. Secretary ; 



We are the Seniors. Usually found in Penick except during breakfast, 
concerts, and assembly. We dignified young ladies set the trend for daily 
life at St. Mary's. Of course an occasional Summer Reading Test or an 
effort to dethrone the Faerie Queene comes along to cramp our style for 
a short time, but we always manage to survive in order to greet each week 
end with a renewed enthusiasm and a grim determination to beat the Senior 
Slump. Our weekday hours are spent in keeping the Coca-Cola and Metre- 
cal companies in business and in emptying dirty ash trays.' Being dedicated 
pursuants of matters of the intellect, we are rather frequently seen with 
our noses stuck in Baugh or in an English translation of he Cid. With 
graduation approaching and the coming realization that our days at SMJC 
are numbered, we Seniors frantically search for missing QP's and prepare 
willingly, yet unwillingly, to leave the "ANGEL FARM." 



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Seniors 



EDITH EUGENIA ALSTON Amiiston. Ala. 

"Edith" 

"A perfect woman, nobly planned; 
To warm, to comfort, and command" 

Orchesis \57-'61 ; Letter Club \58-'61: Beacon '57- 
'59; President Sophomore Class \58-'59; Treasurer 
Junior Class '59-60; President Student Government 
'60'61; "Cold Cuts" '60- '61; Mure Staff '58-'61: 
May Day '57-'61; Outstand'ng Senior '60- '61; 
Superlative '60-'61; Hall Counselor '60- '61; Circle 
'59-'61; Legislative Body '60-'61; Honor Council 
'60- '61, President '60- '61; Mu. 

MARGARET ASHE ATKINSON Richmond. Va. 

"Margaret" 

"Wit is its own welcome; 
It levels all distinctions" 

Stagecoach Editorial Staff '59-'61; Belles S'aff. 
Typist '59-'61; Altar Guild '59- '61; Y.W.C.A. '59- 
'60; Hall Counselor '60'61; Swimming Club '59- 
'61, President '60-'61; Granddaughter's Club '59- 
'61; May Day '59- '61; Sigma. 



MARIE STUART AUSTIN 



Raleigh. N. C. 



"Stuart ' 

"God made a heart of gold; of gold, shining and 
sweet and true; 
Gave it a home of fairest mould, Blest it, and 
called it — you." 

Honor Council '59-'60; Circle '59-'61; Tennis 
Champion '59-'60; Letter Club \59-'61; Baseball 
All-Star '59-'60; Tennis All-Star '59-'60; Stage- 
coach Business Manager '60-'61; Belles Exchange 
Editor '60-'61 ; Circle President '60-'61 ; Counselor 
of Day Students '60-"61; Sigma President '60- '61 : 
Senior Superlative '60-'61; Outstanding Senior 
'60-'61; Sigma. 

CELESTE ALLEN BARNETTE Raleigh, N. C. 

"Celeste" 
"Charm strikes the sight and me." 
Orchesis '58-'61 ; May Day '58-'61 ; Mu. 

FLORENCE ANNE BATTLE Rocky Mount. N. C. 

"Anne" 

"There are a thousand hacking a' the branches of 
evil, to one who is striking at the root." 

Doctor's Daughter's Club '59-'60; Granddaughter's 
Club '59-'61; Choir '59-'61; Senior Little Store 
'60-'61; Sigma. 

MARTHA PAT BELL Tarboro, N. C. 

"Martha Pat"" 

"Nobility without heraldry." 

Dance Marshal '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. '58-'59; May Day 
'57-'60: Belles Staff '59-"61; Stagecoach Editorial 
"Staff '59-"61 ; Y.D.C. '59-'61; Marshal '60-'61; Hall 
Council "60-"61; Orchesis "60-'61; Circle '60-'61. 
Treasurer '60-'61: May Court '60-"61; Mu. 





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ANNE STUART BENSON Statesville, N. C. 

'"Anne" 

"Manners: The final and perfect flower of a noble 
character.'' 

Belles '59- '60; Typing Editor "60-'61; Altar Guild 
'60-'61; Dramatics Club '59-'60; Office Assistant 
'60-'61 : Sigma. 



SUSAN ANN BERG AM I M Wilmington. N. C. 

"Bergamini 

'''Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn 
some honors. 

Y.W.CA. '59-'60; Senior Little Store "60-"61: Hand- 
book Committee "60-'61: Stagecoach Business Staff 
'60-'61; Young Democrats Club '60-61: May Day 
'59-'60; Mu. 





ALYCE DIANE BLANTON Marion. N. C. 

"Diane 

"The best part of beauty is that which no picture 
can express." 

Circle '60-'61; Beacon '58'59; Y.W.CA. '57'58: 
Glee Club 57-61 : Ensemble '59-'61; Dramatics 
Club .57-59: Canterbury Club \57-'58: Muse '57- 
59; Sec.-Treas. Student Government '60-61: Secre- 
tary Honor Council "60-'61 : Vice-President Sopho- 
more Class '58-'59; All Star Life Saving '59-'60; 
"Cold Cuts" "59-'61: Outstanding Senior '60-61: 
Mu. 



MAY OLIVIA BONEY 



Clinton. N. C. 



"May" 



"From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." 

Stagecoach Editorial Staff "59-"61: Cheerleader 
'59-'60; All-Star Basketball "59-"60: Dramatics Club 
'60-'61; Glee Club '60-61: Mu. 





RUTH STRAFFORD BOWLES Kinston. N. C. 

"Rutchie" 

"For who can see and then forget the glories oj this 
gay brunette?" 

Hall Council "60-"61: Cheerleader "59'61. Chief 
"60'61 : Belles Staff \59-'61: Business Manager 
"60-"61: Y.W.CA. \59-'60: Dramatics Club "59-"60: 
"Cold Cuts'' '60-'61: May Day '59-"60: Mu. 



SUSANNE RUTIN BOWLES Richmond. Va. 

"Susanne 

"She has the golden coin of kindness and a treasure 
chest oj friends. ' 

Glee Club "59'60: Y.W.CA. "59'60: Swimming 
Club '59-61: Legislative Bodv "59'60: Chairman 
of Legislative Bodv "60-"61: Altar Guild "60- "61: 
Y.R.C. "60-'61: Belles Staff "59-"60: "Cold Cuts" 
'60-'61: Ensemble '59-*60; Sigma. 



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ANN CAMERON BOWMAN Wadesboro, N. C. 

"Ann Cameron" 

"She has a thousand charms to captivate the heart." 

Glee Club '59-'60; Vocal Ensemble '59-'60; Choir 
'59- '60; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59'60; Belles 
Staff '60- '61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Sigma. 



BARBARA LOUISE BRITTAIN 

Mt. Kisco, New York 

"Brittain" 

"I have the courage of my convictions." 

Hall Counselor '60-'61; Y.R.C. '60- '61; President 
Y.R.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Altar Guild '60- 
'61 ; Crucifer '60-'61 ; Circle '60-'61 ; Mu. 





LILLIE SUZANNAH CARPER Raleigh, N. C. 

"Sue" 

7 want by understanding myself, to understand 
others." 

Glee Club '59-'61 ; Stagecoach Business Staff '60- 
'61; Mu. 



Raleigh, N. C. 



MARTHA ANN CARPER 

"Ann" 

"She is something sterling that will stay when gold 
and silver melt away." 

Library Assistant '59- '61; Vice-President Day Stu- 
dents '60-'61; Stagecoach Business Staff '60'61: 
Sigma. 





MARY ANNE CARTER Pinehurst. N. C. 

"Mary Ann" 
"Customs cannot stale her infinite variety." 
Granddaughter's Club '59-'61; Sec. Granddaughter's 
Club '59- '60; Belles Slaff '59-'60; Muse \59-'61 • 
Editor Muse '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Y.R.C. '59- 
'60; Post Office '60-'61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Mu 



MARY RICHARD CHAMBERS Charlotte. N. C. 
"Rich" 

"The silence often of pure innocence 
Persuades when speaking jails." 
granddaughter's Club '57-'61; Doctor's Daughter's 
olub 5/-'61; Mu Cheerleader '59-"61; Belles Staff 
59- '61; Stagecoach Editorial Staff \59-'61; Mu 





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MARY ALICE VICTORIA CHUBB 

Greenwich. Conn. 

"Vickie" 

"From a grave thinking mouser she was grown, 
The gayest flirt that coach'il it round the town.' 

Belles '59-'61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60- 
'61; Y.DC. '60-'61, Treas. '6II-"61: Tumbling All- 
Star '60-"61: May Day '59-'60; Letter Club '60'61: 

Ma. 



MARY HARDIN COOPER Wilmington, N. C. 

"Molly" 

"A witty woman is a treasure; a nitty beauty is a 
power." 

Concert Lecture Committee '59-'61 : Chief Marshal 
'60'61; May Court '59-'60: Maid of Honor '60- '61: 
Hall Council '60-'61: Letter Club '6()-"61: All-Star 
Life Saving '60-'61: All-Star Soccer '60-'61; Y.D.C. 
'60-'61; Granddaughter's Club '60-'61; Sigma. 





MOLLY SUE CREECH 



Selma. N. C. 





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"Sue " 

"Thou dost pour upon the world a flood oj har- 
mony." 

Dramatics Club '59-'60; Ensemble '59-61: Choir 
"59-"61. Vice-President "59-"60. President "60-"61: 
Glee Club '59-'61. Secretary '59'60, President '60- 
'61: "Cold Cuts" "60-'61. President '60-"61; May 
Day '59-'60: Sigma. 



MARY GAY DAVIS 



Morganton. N. C. 



"Gay" 



"The most precious goods oft come wrapped in th> 
smallest packages." 

Circle '60- "61: Stagecoach Editorial Staff "59-"61 
Editor '60- '61: Orchesis '60-'61: Granddaughter's 
Club "59-"61: Y.D.C. "60-61: "Cold Cuts" "60-61 
Dining Room Committee "60-61: May Day "59-61 
Y.W.C.A. '59- '60: Hall Council "60-"61 : Altar Guild 
"60'61: Sigma. 

JANET EILEEN DAWSON Goldsboro. N. C 

"Lover 

"Happiness seems made to be shared. 

Dramatics Club '59-"60: Stagecoach Editorial Staff 
'59-61. Senior Class Editor "60-"61 : Cheerleader 
"59-"61: Y.D.C. "60-61: Altar Guild "60-"61: Hall 
Council "60-'61: Mu. 



JOANNA TOMLINSON DAYVAULT 

Lenoir. N. 



C. 



""Joanna 

"The mildest manners with the bravest mind 

Stagecoach Editorial Staff "59-"61: Muse "59'61: 
Y.W.C.A. "59'61. Vice-President "60-"61: Aha 
Guild "61V61: Crucifer "60-"61: Y.D.C. "60-"61: 
Sigma. 



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Seniors 



MARY LOUISE DORRIS Raleigh, N. C. 

"Lou" 

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever." 

Granddaughter's Club '60'61 : May Court '61 : 
Sigma. 



ELIZABETH STEVENSON DUNN 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

"Betsy" 

"Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infi- 
nite variety." 

Hall Council '60-'61; Swimming Club '59-'61; 
Granddaughter's Club '59-'61; Letter Club '59-'61; 
Belles Staff \59-'60; Muse '60-'61; Vice-President 
Senior Class '60-'61 ; "Cold Cuts" '60-'61 ; May Day 
p-'61; Y.W.C.A.; Dramatic Club '59-'60; Nomi- 
nating Committee '60-'61; Mu. 





ELIZABETH BOYDEN EAGLES Wilson. N. C. 

"Betsy" 

"Beauty is its own excuse for being." 

May Day '59-'60; Y.D.C. '60-'61 : Life Saving All- 
star '59-'60; Sigma. 



MARY BRENT ELMORE Rocky Mount. N. C. 

"Mary Brent" 

"She has much individuality and charm." 

Muse '60/61; Belles Staff '60-'61; Dramatics Club 
'60-'61; Y.D.C. "60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; Sigma. 





REBECCA 



1ARR1SON ELMORE 
"Becky" 



Suffolk. Va 



"Nothing great ivas ever done without enthusiasm.' 

Belles Staff '59-'61; Feature Editor Belles "60-'61; 
Y.R.C. '60-'61; Dramatics Club \59-'61; Senior 
Little Store '60-'61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Secretary 
Senior Class '60-'61 ; May Day '59'61 : "Cold Cuts" 
'60-'61: Circle '60-'61; Mu. 



BETTY GIBBS FERGUSON La Grange. N. C. 

"Betty" 

"Graceful and useful all she does. Blessing and blest 
where'er she goes." 

'Glee Club '59-'61: Secretary Glee Club '60-'61: 
Vocal Ensemble '59-"61; President Vocal Ensemble 
'60-'61; Mu. 





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CLEVE WHARTON FLETCHER 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Cleve" 

"Always happy, never sad: sometimes naughty, 
never bad. ' 



Treasurer of Senior Class 
'60-'61; Belles Staff '59-'61; 
61: Cranddaughter's Club 
'59-/61: Ma\ l)a\ '59- '60: 
Dramatics CIuIj "6I)-"61 : Mu 



'60-'61; Hall Council 
Assistant Editor '60- 

'59-'61, Vice-Presidenl 
Cheerleader '59-'61: 



FRANCES ARDEN FOBES Southern Pines, N. C. 

"Arden" 

"We find some kindness, friendship, and beauty in 
most people, but rarely do lie find so much of 
each in one." 

Canterbury Club '59-61 : V.R.C. '60- '61: Dramatics 
Club '59-'61; Program Chairman "60-'61: Dining 
Room Committee 60-61: Glee Club '59-'61; Ma\ 
Queen '60- '61: Choir '60'61: Altar Guild '60'61. 

Co-Chairman '60-'61: Siama. 



LUCY LEE FORI) Winston-Salem. \. C. 

'"Lucy"' 

"A nay personality with added rascality." 

Y.R.C. "60-"61: Dramatics Club "60-"61: Set Direc- 
tor for Sabrina '60: Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Choir '60- 
'61; May Day "59-"60: Muse '59-'60: Senior Ban- 
quet Committee Chairman "60-"61: Sigma. 



PATRICIA FRANK Pensacola, Fla. 

"Patsy" 

"All that I have I bring, all that I am I give. 

Dramatics Club '59-60: Canterbury Club 59-61. 
President '60-'61: V.D.C. "60'61: Sigma Mu '59- 
"61: All-Star Volleyball \59-'60: Letter Club "60'61: 
Hall Council "60-'61: Choir "60'61: Constitution 
Committee "59-60; Honor Council "60-"61 : Mu. 



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icnmond, 



ARCHER LEE HANNAH 

"Archer Lee 

"Heart on her lips, and soul uilliin her eyes. ' 

Y.D.C. '60-'61 : Altar Guild "60'61 : Dramatics Club 
"60-"6r: Hall Council "60-'61: Post Office '60-"61: 
Mu. 



SARA WICHMAR HARPER Walterboro, S. C. 

"Salli" 

"Leave silence to the saints: I am but human. 

Senior Little Store "60-"61: "Cold Cuts" '60-61: 
Swimming Club "59-"61: Dramatics Club "59-"61: 
Muse '59- "61: Belles Staff '59-"61: Altar Guild '60- 
'61: T.R.C. '60- '61: Sigma. 



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JANE RUSSELL HARRIS Seaboard, N. C. 

"Jane" 

''Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness ... a filling 
combination." 

Canterbury Club '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. \59-'60; Altai- 
Guild '60-'61; May Day '58-'60; Y.D.C. '60-'61; 
Sigma. 



ANNA CATHARINE HENRY Asheville. N. C. 
"Anna Cay" 

"Nothing is so firmly believed as what we least 

knoiv." 
Stagecoach Editorial Staff \59-'61; Granddaugh- 
ter's Club '59- '61, President '60-'61; Altar Guild 
'60-'61; Head Crucifer '59-'61; Hall Council '60- 
'61; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Circle '60- '61; Sigma. 





JOY HICKS Wilson. N. C. 

"Joy" 

"Her hair was red, her smile was gay, she had a 
merry winning way . . . she was a joy forever." 

Stagecoach Business Staff \59-'60; Dramatics Club 
J9-'61; Belles Staff '59-'61; Chief Copyreader '60- 
'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Mu. 



ELIZABETH HILTON HILL Raleigh. N. C. 

"Liz" 

"Quick and lively, happy and gay, a smile for all 
who come her way." 

Stagecoach Business Staff '60-'61; Sigma. 





MARY LEE HINSON Charlotte, N. C. 

"Mary Lee" 

"Small things are best: grief and unrest to rank 
and wealth are given; But little things on Utile 
wings bear little souls to heaven." 

Altar Guild "60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Senior Little 
Store '60-'61; Belles Staff '60-'61 : Office Assistant 
'60-'61: Mu. 



IRENE CAROL HOLCOMBE Charleston. S. C. 

"Gill" 

"A friend is never known till a man have need." 

Belles Staff '59-'60; Canterbury Club "59-'60; Hall 
Council '60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61 ; Altar Guild '60-'61 : 
Secretary of Legislative Body '60-"61 : Y.W.C.A. 
'60-'61; Circle '60-'61; Mu. 





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ELIZABETH RAWLS HOLLAND Arden, N. C. 
(Holly-Berry, F. T. Holly l 

"Who is it that can tell me who I am?" 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Muse '60-'61 : Belles Staff '60-'61: 
Y.D.C. '60-'61: Senior Little Store '60'61 : '-Cold 
Cuts" '60-'61 : Altar Guild '60'61 : Sigma. 



ELOUISE KENT HORNER Oxford. N. C. 

"Elouise 

"And ij I laugh at any mortal thing, 'tis that I may 
not tveep." 

Glee Club '60- '61: May Day '59-'60; Y.D.C. '60-"61: 
Altar Guild '60'61 ; Belles Staff '59-'61; Senior 
Little Store '60-'61 : Mu. 





MARGUERITE WEST HOWARD Raleigh. N. C. 

"Marguerite" 

"Her smile, her speech, her winning way, wiled old 
trouble's mood away." 

Dramatics Club '59-"61 : Glee Club "60'61; St ace- 
coach Editorial Staff "60-'61; Mu. 



LINDA ELLEN JACOBS Raleigh. N. C. 

"Linda" 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. 

Stagecoach Business Staff "59-'61: Y.D.C. "59-'60: 
Muse \59-'60: Sigma. 








RUTH BLACKBURN JOHNSON 
"Ruth" 

"I'll take life as it comes and enjoy it." 

Canterbury Club '57-'58; Dramatics Club '59-'6((: 
May Day '59-'60; Acolyte "60-'61: Y.D.C. '60-"61: 
Y.W.C.A. '57-'58: "60-"61: Mu. 



GERTRUDE WRIGHT JOHNSON 

Georgetown. S. C. 

"Trudie 
"One o/ those that Midas touched." 
Secretary of Junior Class "59-'60: Dramatics Club 
"59-"60: Chairman of Senior Little Store "60*61 : 
Altar Guild "60'61: Muse "60'61: Hall Council 
"60-"61: Y.R.C. '60-"61: "Cold Cuts" "6(V61: 
Sigma. 



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Seniors 



MARY BRODIE JONES Warrenton, N. C. 

"Mary Brodie" 

"Gentle of speech, beneficial of mind." 

Belles Staff '59- '60; Granddaughter's Club '59-'60; 
Glee Club '59-'60; Altar Guild '60-'61; Choir '60- 
'61; May Court '60-'61 : Sigma. 



MARY ELIZABETH JONES Atlanta. Ga. 

"Betty" 
"A fun-loving miss with a gay heart." 
Y.W.C.A. '59- '61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Mu. 





SUSAN PAGE KEEL Rocky Mount, N. C. 

"Susan" 

"Jolly, friendly, and loads of fun. If you leant a 
true friend here is one." 

Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; Stagecoach Editorial Staff '57- 
'61; Belles Staff '59-'61; Y.D.C. '59-'61; May Day 
'58-'61; Canterbury Club '57-'58; Stagecoach 
Business Staff '58-'59; Altar Guild '60-'61; Sigma. 



EDITH MARY KELLERMANN Charlotte, N. C. 

"Edith" 

"She's beautiful and therefore to be wooed, She is 
a luoman, therefore to be won." 

Altar Guild '60-'61; Belles Staff '60-'61; Y.D.C. '57- 
'61; Soccer All-Star '60-'61; Basketball Ail-Star 
'60-'61; May Court '60-'61; Mu. 





DIANE ELIZABETH KEYES Atlanta. Ga. 

"Dede" 

"Little people have big hearts." 

Orchesis '59-'61; Y.R.C. "60"61; Stagecoach Staff 
\59-'61; Hall Council '60'61; Altar Guild '60-'61; 
May Day '59-'61; Sigma. 



MARTHA ROSE LAMBETH Thomasville. N. C. 

"Martha Rose" 

"// eyes are ivindows of the soul, Hers is surely 
bright." 

Letter Club '59-'61; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Belles Staff 
"60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; Basketball All-Star '60- 
'61; Archery All-Star '60-'61; Softball All-Star 
'60-'61; May Day '59-'60; Mu. 





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Seniors 





KATHRYIS LILA LAND Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 

"Kay" 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her 
paths are peace" 

Y.W.C.A. '59- r 61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Ensemble 
:60-'61; Chorus '60-Yil: Dramatics Club '6()-'61: 

Mu. 



LINDA CLAIRE LATHAM Raleigh. N. C. 

"Linda" 

"Her voice ivas ever sojl anil gentle, an excellent 
thing in a woman." 

Glee Club '59-'61; Ensemble '59-'61; Dramatic] 
Club '59-'61; Ail-Star Speedball '60- "61: Mu. 




I "^ 




HELEN LEE Knoxville, Tenn. 

"Helen" 

"// you desire the spleen, and will laugh yourselves 
into stitches, follow me." 

Canterbury Club "59-"61 : Dramatics Club '59-"61 : 
Y.D.C. '6(i-'61: Altar Guild '59-'61: Mu. 



BARBARA ANN LEIPPE Raleigh. N. C. 

"Barbara 

"Always laughing never sad: sometimes naughty, 
never bad." 

Y.R.C. '60-'61: Stagecoach Business Staff. "60-'61; 
Orientation '60-'61 : Mu. 





SARAH ESTHER LEVINE Raleigh. N. C. 

"Sarah" 

"Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness — a fitting 
combination." 

Stagecoach Business Staff "60-'61: Glee Club '59- 
"61: Mu. 



JEAN ELIZABETH LIPPELS 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

"Jean" 

"II hen love and skill work together, expect a master- 
piece. 
Y.W.C.A. 59-"61: Stagecoach Editorial Staff '59- 
'60: Honor Council '59-'60; Y.R.C. '60-"61: As- 
sembly Chairman "60-"61: Marshal "6(»-"61 : Hall 
Council '60'61 : May Court '60-"61 : Dramatics Club 
"60-"61: Outstanding Senior '60'61: Superlatiye 
"60-"61 : Sigma. 



22 



Seniors 



KATHERINE ELIZABETH LYNCH 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

"Betty" 

"The countless gold oj a merry heart; The diamond 
of a sparkling eye" 

Granddaughter's Club '59'61; Belles Staff '60-'61; 
May Day '59-"60; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Dramatics Club 
'59-'61: Altar Guild '60-"61; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH LEWIS LYNN Roanoke. Va. 

"Betsy" 

"Sunny personality with a trim oj will, both clever 
and refreshing.'" 

Dramatics Club '59-'60; Altar Guild '60-'61; Belles 
Staff. Business Manager '60-'61; Mu. 





CARTER BRAXTON McALISTER Winnetka, 111. 

"Carter" 

"Fame, love, and fortune on her footsteps await." 

Vice-President Sigmas '60-'61; Choir '59-'60; Glee 
Club '59-'60; Dramatics Club '59-'60; Belles Staff 
'59'61: Belles Editor "60-'61: Letter Club '59-'61; 
All-Star Soccer 'S9-'60; All-Star Basketball '60-'61; 
All-Star Swimming '59-'60; All-Star Softball '59- 
'61; Hall Council '60-'61; "Cold Cuts" '60-'61; 
Senior Superlative: Sigma. 



JERRY SELINA McCOMBS Salisbury, N. C. 

"Jerry" 

"She is like springtime, ever gay, fresh, and fair." 

Canterbury Club '59- '61; May Day '59-'60; Y.D.C. 



'60'61: Altar Guild '60- "61 : Mu. 





IRENE FOSTER McGUIRK 

"McGuirk" 



Morganton. N. C. 



They 



"They re dredful thynges, examynacioun.es! 
cause most needless payne and ivoe." 

Stagecoach Staff '59-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60 
Y.D.C. "60-'61; "Cold Cuts" '60-'61; Sigma. 



VIRGINIE HULL McKIMMON Raleigh. N. C. 

"Ginnie" 

"High ideals are part of a noble character." 

Hall Council '6i)-'61: Glee Club '57-'61: Ensemble 
'57-'61; Muse '57-'58; Y.D.C. '60- '61; Altar Guild 
'60-'61; Acolyte '60-'61; Granddaughter's Club 
'57-'61: Letter Club '59- '61; Stagecoach Staff 
'59-'60; All-Star Bridge '60-'61; All-Star Softball 
'59-"60; All-Star Life Saving '59-'60: Mav Day 
'59-'60: Circle '60-'61: Mu. 





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Seniors 





BRANDRETH McALPIN McKINLEY 

Washington, N. C. 

"Brandy" 

"With more capacity for love than earth bestows 
tin most of mortal mould and birth." 

Y.R.C. '60-'61; Hall Council '60'61; Fire Captain 
'6I)-'61; Acolyte '60'61: Senior Superlative "60-"61: 
May Day 'S9-'61; Mu. 



MARY WARREN MARSHALL Wilmington. N. C. 

"Mary Marshall" 

"But she of gentle heart, to every soul a friend." 

Dramatics Cluli '59-60: Granddaughters Club 59- 
'61, Secretary '59-'61; Y.D.C. '60- '61: Hall Council 
*60-'61; All-Star Life Saying '59- '61: Sigma. 







ELIZABETH ANNE METTS Wilmington. N. C. 

"Anne" 

"The heavens such grace did lend her that adored 
she might he." 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; Dramatics Club \59-"61 ; Hand- 
book Committee '59 '61 : Belles Staff "59-"61: Stage- 
coach Business Staff "59-'61: Granddaughter's 
Club '59-'61: Mu. 



MARGARET OZLIN MIDYETTE Jackson. N. C. 

"Midge"' 

"Some say she's quiet and demure: We, who know 
her belter, look wise and say nothing." 

Swimming Club "59'60: Orchesis "59- "61: Editor 
of Handbook '6l>-'61 : Dining Room Committee 
"59-'60. Chairman "60-"61: Y.D.C. "60-"61: Dra- 
matics Club '59-'60: "Cold Cuts" "60-"61: May Day 
'59-'61: Muse "59'61: Hall Council "60'61: Legis- 
lative Body "60-61: Sigma. 



JULIA MILLER Lincolnton. N. C. 

"Julie" 

"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 

Glee Club '59'61: Belles Staff "59-"60: May Day 
'59-'60; Y.R.C. "60-"61: Y.W.C.A. "60-"61:' Altar 

Guild "60-"61: .1///. 



MARION MILLER Concord. N. C. 

"Buzzv " 

". . . Most dear to them that love her. . . ." 

Glee Club "60-"61: Y.W.C.A. "60-"61: Belles Staff 
"60-61: Y.R.C. "60-"61: Sigma. 



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Seniors 



RUTH ELIZABETH MILLS Greenville. S. C. 

"Ruth" 

"A heart as soft, a heart as kind as in the who'e 
world you can find." 

Belles Staff Typist '59-'61 ; Dramatics Club '59-'61 : 
Granddaughter's Club '59-'61: Dance Marsha 1 . 
Chief '60-'61; Mu. 



MARY ELEANOR MOORE Clinton, N. C. 

"Mary Moore" 

"Sweetness void of pride; laughter void of spite." 

Granddaughter's Club '59-'61; May Day "6()-'61 ■ 
Stagecoach Editorial Staff '59-'61; Hall Council 
'60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Stagecoach Layout Editor 
'59-'60; Mu. 





MARGARET HADLEY MORGAN 

Farmville, N. C. 
"Hadley" 
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." 

Orchesis '57-'61. Secre'ary '60-'61; Letter Club 
'60-'61; Altar Guild '69-'61; May Day '57-'61: 
Belles Staff '60- '61: Stagecoach Editorial Staff 
'60-'61; Y.D.C. '58-'61; Y.W.C.A. \58-'60: Sigma. 



EDITH JOHNSTON NABERS Wilson. N. C. 

"Muff" 

"Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity 
and power.'' 

Circle '60-'61; Sen'or Class President '60-'61; "Cold 
Cuts" '59-'61; Y.W.C.A. '60-'61; Altar Guild '60- 
'61: Legislative Body '60- '61 : Alumnae Represent- 
ative '60-'61; Hall Council '60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61 : 
Outstanding Senior '60-'61; Senior Superlative 
'60- '61: Mu. 





EMILY BLANCHE NELSON Grifton, N. C. 

"Em" 

"She is a combination of wit, intelligence, ability, 
and friendliness." 

Al.ar Guild '60-'61: Y.D.C. '60-'61 : Mu. 



ANN SPALDING OSTERMAN Richmond. Va. 

"Os" 

"Although you seek with all your might, her equal 
would be hard to find." 

Orchesis '59-"61: Swimming Club '59-'60; Marshal 
'60-'61; May Court '59-'6f; Hall Council '60-'61: 
Senior Superlative "60-'61 : Mu. 








25 



Seniors 





REBECCA ANN PETREA Durham. N. C. 

"Becky" 

"Good humor only teaches charm to last still makes 
new conquests and maintains the past." 

Hall Council '60'61; Dramatics Club '59-'61, Presi- 
dent '60-'61 ; Y.R.C. "60-'61 : Handbook Committee 
'59-'60; May Day '59-'60; Mu. 



SOPHIA CLIFTON PIKE 



Wake Forest. N. C. 



""Sophie" 

"Beauty and knowledge make'.h the great.'' 

Dramatics Club '59-61: "Sk'n of our Teeth" '59- 
'60: "Sabrina Fair" "60-"61; Letter Club '59-'61: 
All-Star Basketball "59-"61: All-Star Soccer '6()-"61: 
All-Star Tumb! ng '60-'61: All-Star Swimming '59- 
'61: All-Star Sof ball '59- '61: Sigma Mu '59-'61 : 
Swimming Club "59-'61: May Court '59-'60: Stage- 
coach Editorial Staff '59-'61: Belles Staff. Head- 
l'nes Editor '59-'61: Hall Council '60-'6l; Y.D.H 
'60-'61: Sigma. 





SUSAN MONTAGUE POE Fayetteville. N. C. 

"Poesie ' 

"Her modest answer and graceful air show her wise 
and good as she is fair." 

Cheerleader \57-'60: May Da> '58-'60; Mai Court 
'58 and '61: Sophomore Dance Marshal 58'59: 
Belies S:aff '59'61: Alumnae Editor '6I)-"61: 
Orcheris '59-"61: Altar Guild "6()-"61: Letter Club 
'60-'61: Hall Council "60-"61 : Marshal '60- '61: 
Y.D.C. '60-'61: Sigma. 



Pl\ mouth. N. C. 



JACQUELINE JUSTINE POLK 
'"Jackie" 

"She scatters sunshine in her every smile. ' 

Y.W.C.A. '57-"6(>: Belles Staff "6I)-"61: Y.R.C. '51 
'58: Dramatics Club '57-'58: Altar Guild 60-61: 
May Day '60-61: May Court. Nominating Com 
mittee '58-'59: Mu. 





BEVERLY ELIZABETH POWERS 

Bennettsyilie. S. C. 

"Beverly' 

"She that teas fair ami never proud: had tongue 
at will, and yet teas never loud. ' 

Y.D.C. "60-"61: Y.W.C.A. "60-'61: Ma) Day "59-'60: 

Mu. 



LINDA ANN RAMSAY Jacksomille. Fla. 

"Linda' 
"Charm strikes the sight, and merit wins the soul." 
Y.W.C A. "59'61: Y.D.C. "60-'61: Glee Club "59-'60: 
Vocal Ensemble '59-"60: Legislate Bod\ '59-"60: 
Hall Council '60-'61. Secretary of Hall Council '60- 
'61: Handbook Committee "60'61: May Day "59- 
"60: Outstanding Senior "60-"61: Circle "60'61: Mu. 



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Seniors 



KATHARINE LESLIE REDDING 

Asheboro, N. C. 
"Leslie" 

"Her ways are the ways pleasantness, anil all paths 

are peace." 
Y.W.C.A. '59- '61, Secretary-Treasurer '60- '61; 
Belles Staff '60-'61; Stagecoach Staff '59-'60; 
Altar Guild '60-'61; Doctor's Daughter's Club '59- 
'61: Sigma. 



HELEN HAMILTON REID Savannah. Ga. 

"Helen" 

"She has a thousand charms to captivate the heart." 

Altar Guild *59-'61: Dramatics Club "59-'60: 
Y.W.C.A. '59- "60: Hall Council "6IV61: May Day 
\59-'60: Acolyte '59- "61 : Mu. 





ANNE LEE RIDENHOUR Concord. N. C. 

"Lib" 

"Her words all bonds: her wisdom applied, and 
her heart as far from proud, as heaven from 
earth. 

Handbook Committee '59-"60: Stagecoach Busi- 
ness Staff '59-"60: Belles News Staff '59-'60: News 
Editor '60- '61; Muse Staff '59-'61: Altar Guild 
'60-'61: Acolyte '60-'61; Dramatics Club '59-'61 ; 
"Skin of Our Teeth" '59-'60; "Antigone" '59-'60: 
"Sabrina Fair" '60-'61; All-Star Life Saving '60- 
'61: Y.W.C.A. '59- '61: Y.R.C. "59-'61; Hall Coun- 
cil '60-'6I : Senior Poet "60-'61 : Sigma. 



JO-ANN ROCHOW Miami. Fla. 

"Rochow" 

"As though a rose should shut and be a bud again." 

Dramatics Club '59- '60: Swimming Club "59-"61 : 
Cheerleader \59-"61: May Day '59- "60: Letter Club 
'59-'60: Y.D.C. '60-'61; Golf All-Star '59-'60; 
Marshal '60- '61: Altar Guild '60-'61; Belles Edi- 
torial Staff '59-"61: Hall Council '60-'61: Sigma. 



GEORGIA GOODSON SAUNDERS 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 

"G. G." 

"A gentleness of spirit and a pure serenity of mind." 

Granddaughter's Club '59*61. Treasurer '60- '61; 
Stagecoach Editorial Staff '59-'61: Belles Staff 
'60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Altar Guild '60-'61; Sigma. 



CAMILLA CARLETON SAVAGE Raleigh. N. C. 

"Carleton" 

"A dancing shape, an image gay: to haunt. In 
startle, or waylay." 

Orchesis '57-'61; Letter Club '60-'61; Y.D.C. '60- 
'61; May Day \57-'61 : Dance All-Star; Dancer of 
the Year '59-'60: Sigma. 







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JOSEPHINE ROSS SHEPARD Washington. D. C. 

"Jo" 

"'Style is the gossamer on which the seeds of truth 
float through the world." 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Dramatics Club 
'59-'60; Mu. 



MARY HOPKINSON SHEPARD 

Washington. D. C. 
"Mary" 

"Virtue, modesty, and truth are the guardian angels 
of her." 

Dramatics Club "59-"60: Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; Y.R.C. 
'60-'61; All-Star in Bridge '60-'61; Sigma. 





ELIZABETH LOUISE STRONG Raleigh. N. C. 

"Sis'" 

"To those who know thee, not, no words can paint.' 
And those who know thee, know the words are 
faint!" 

Sigma. 



ANNE EWING SUMMERS Richmond. Va. 

"Anne" 

"Of best things she is the collection.' 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; Y.R.C. '60-'61; Ma> Day "60-"61: 
"Skin of Our Teeth" \59-"6l): Dramatics Club '59l 
"61: Mu. 





ANN CROCKETT SWINDELL Ralegh. N. C. 

"Aim"' 

"Silence is more musical than any song. 

Vocal Ensemble '59'61; Glee Club '59-'61; Musi 
Staff '59'61; May Day '59-'61; Sigma. 



LOUISE KENNEDY THOMAS Raleigh. N. C. 

"Tuck" 

"Those who bring sunshine into the lives oj o hers 
can not keep it from themselves.'' 

May Day \59-"60: Glee Club "60-"61: Mu. 



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Seniors 



MARTHA TILLERY THOMAS Raleigh. N. C. 

"Martha" 

"She is pretty to walk with, and willy to talk with, 
and pleasant loo, to think on." 

Y.R.C. '60- "61; Stagecoach Business Staff '60'61 : 
Orientation '60-'61; Mu. 



CHARLOTTE HARDEN THORNE 

Littleton. N. C. 
"Charlotte" 

"Individuality is everywhere lo be guarded and 
honored as the root of all good." 

Y.D.C. '57-'61; Canterbury Club '57-'58; Y.W.C.A. 
'57-'61; All-Star Softball '58-'60; Belles Staff '60- 
'61; Altar Guild "6()-'61. President '60-61; Sigma. 





ANNE LLOYD TURNER Burkeville, Va 

"Turnie" 
"She's little, she's spry, there's mischief in her eye. 
Y.W.C.A. \59-'60; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Mu. 



ANNE MADISON TYLER Durham. N. C. 

"Anne" 

"She hatli a natural wise sincerity, a simple liulti- 
fulness, and these have lent her dignity." 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; Senior Little Store "60-'61; Hall 
Council '60-"61 : Sigma. 





SALLY BROWN UPTON Raleigh. N. C. 

"Sally" 

"The heart to conceive, the understanding lo direct, 
and the hand lo execute." 

Muse Staff '58-'61 ; Stagecoach Business Staff '60- 
'61; Belles Staff '60-'61; Handbook Committee 
'60-'61. President of Day Students '60-'61; Circle 
'60'61; Legislative Body '60-'61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; 

Sigma. 



BARBARA EUGENIA WATSON 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
"Bobbie" 

"Here is a girl with a heart and a smile that makes 
the sukkle of life worthwhile." 

Stagecoach Staff '59-'60: Muse '60-'61: Mu. 





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Seniors 





ELIZABETH LUCY WILLIAMS 

Elizabeth City. N. C. 

"BetH Lou" 

"// is not what he has or even what he does which 
directly expresses the worth of a person. I nil 
what he is." 

Dramatics Club '59-'60; Swimming Club "59-"60: 
Sigma. 



FORREST HALE WILLIAMSON 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Forrest" 

"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 

Belles Staff "59-61 : Business Manager '60-"61 : 
Y.W.C.A. '59-'61, President '60-'61: Nominating 
Committee '59- '60: May Day \59-"60: Altar Guild 
"60-'61: Acolyte '60-'61; Y.R.C. '59-'60; Dramatics 
Club '59-'60; Hall Council '60-'61; Sigma. 





ALICE WILSON 



Raleigh. N. C. 



"Alice" 



"O filagree petal! Fashioned so purely; fragilely. 
surely. . . ." 

Orchesis '58-'61; May Da\ "58-'61: Mu. 



ANN SHEFFIELD WILSON Charleston. S. C. 

"Sheff" 

"The sense of honour is oj so fine and delicate 
nature that it is only lo be met with in minds 
which are naturally noble. . . . 

Hall Council "60-61 : Assistant Secretary Hall 
Council '60-"61: Y.R.C. "60-"61. Treasurer "'60'61: 
Granddaughter's Club '59-61: Acolyte 59-61: 
Altar Guild "60'61 : Y.W.C.A. '60-61:' Senior Lit- 
tle Store "60-'61: "Cold Cuts" '60'61; Circle '60- 
"61: Sigma. 





MARY ELIZABETH WINGFIELD Raleigh. N. C. 

"Bitsy" 

"A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make 
beauty attractive, knowlege delightful, and nil 
good nalured. ' 

Belles Staff '59-'61; Honor Council '60-"61 : Circle 
'60'61: Sisma. 



ELIZA McCORMICK WOLFF Greensboro. N. C. 

"Lila" 

"Whatever she did was done with so much ease.' 

Y.R.C. "60-"61: Altar Guild 'GO- "61: Stagecoach 
Editorial Staff "59-"61: Belles Staff '60-61 : Dra- 
matics Club '60 '61: Y.W.C.A. "59-60: Muse Staff 
'59-'61; Senior Superlatiye "60-"61: May Day '59- 
"60: Legislati\e Body "59-"60: Mu. 



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Seniors 



JULIA ANDREWS WORTH 



Raleigh. N. C. 



"Julia" 

'Gently they go, the beautiful, the tender, the kind." 

Granddaughter's Club '59-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; 
Altar Guild '60-"61 ; Stagecoach Business Staff 
? 60-'61: Secretary-Treasurer Day Students '60-'61. 



HANNAH KNOWLTON WRIGHT 

Wilmington. N. C. 

"Hannah" 

Like a snow/lake, leaving a mark but never a stain." 

Chairman Hall Council '60-'61; Hall Council '60- 
61; Y.D.C. '60-'61; Y.W.C.A. '59-'61; May Court 
59-'61; Granddaughter's Club '59-'61; Circle '60- 
'61; Senior Superlative '60-'61; Outstanding Senior 
'60-'61 ; Sigma. 



PAMELA PAYTON WRIGHT Tuscaloosa. Ala. 

"Pam" 

"Stop the world I want to get off." 

Dramatics Club '59-'61, Secretary '60'61; Y.R.C. 
'60-'61; Senior Little Store '60-'61; May Day '59- 
'60; "Skin of Our Teeth" '59- '60; "The Lark" 
'59-'60; Senior Superlative '60-'61; Mu. 

AMELIA WHITAKER YANCEY Marion. N. C. 

"Amelia" 

"He who is truly great is truly good." 

Belles Staff \57-'59; Dramatics Club '59-'60; 
Y.W.C.A. \57-'59; Canterbury Club '57-'58; Letter 
Club '57-'61; Tennis All-Star \59-'60; May Day 
58-'59; Sophomore Superlative '58-'59; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Student Government '60-'61 : Hall Council 
'60-'61; Legislative Body "60-'61; Chairman Con- 
stitution Committee '60-'61; Circle '60-'61; Altar 
Guild '60-'61; Y.R.C. "60-'61; Honor Council '59- 
'61; Outstanding Senior '60-'61; Senior Superlative 
'60-'61; Mu. 







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Junior Class Officers 




Cornelia Mines. Tret/surer : Jane BruoKs, Secretary; Winston Conner, Vice-President', Mary Christopher, 1'resulent. 



We are the Juniors, a class known to be unified even in the wee hours 
of the morning when we invaded Peniek dorm. We showed original deviltry 
on our own halls. Hellacious highlights heing Holts water fights, "tacky 
day," and wall-to-wall papering: West Rocks monopoly on No-Doze: and 
the warm atmosphere found on third Smedes. cooled only by the drip- 
drip-drip of the sprinkler system and Dr. Stone's tears.- Although gradu- 
ation will lie sad we look gleefully forward to riding the Peniek elevator 
next year. 



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Juniors 



Rosemary Ward Adair 
Erwin," N. C. 

Margaret Agnes Albright 
Columbus, Ga. 

Helen Chase Allen 
Durham, N. C. 



Cynthia Anderson 
Rome, Ga. 

Patricia May Armstrong 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mary Catherine Hathaway Arthur 
Wilmington. N. C. 









Nancy Vance Ashmore 
Greenville, S. C. 

Mary Ellen Bair 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Jacquelin Irene Baublitz 
Martinsville, Va. 



Elizabeth Sibley Bellamy 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Betty Booker Best 
Richmond, Va. 

Elizabeth Cummins Beville 
. Mobile. Ala. 










Jody Shannon Blackwell 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Susan Chisolm Blythe 
Greenville. S. C. 

June Elizabeth Boddie 
Lenoir. N. C. 






Nell Corinne Bowen 
Washington, N. C. 

Claire Lynn Boyce 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Sarah Oliver Broadhurst 
Smithfield, N. C. 






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Juniors 







Jane Hamer Brooks 
Charleston. S. C. 

Anne Spotswood Burwell 

Henderson. N. C. 

Anne Lowndes Chalgren 
Ft. Leavenworth. Kan. 



Barbara Louise Cheek 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Mary Ellen Christopher 
Tappahannock, Va. 

Jane Sloan Coleman 
Weaverville. N. C. 








Daphne Leith Connelly 
Morganton. N. C. 

Alice Winston Conner 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Charlotte Victoria Coxe 
Darlington. S. C. 



Cynthia Craven 
Lexington. N. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Crutchfield 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 

Mary Moultrie Daniel 
Charleston. S. C. 





Elizabeth Brooke Davila 
Richmond, Va. 

Mary Jane Deadwyler 
Pinehurst. N. C. 

Frances Douglass Bridgets 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Claire Lockhart Follin 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mary Preston Foster 
Hampton. S. C. 

Susan Kennerlv Foy 
Richmond. Va. 



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Juniors 



Margaret Lou Gardner 
Quito, Ecuador, S. A. 

Nancy Lou Gouger 
Pinehurst, N. C. 

Hilda Lucinda Grantham 
Smithfield, N. C. 






Sheila Martha Hannah 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Carol Hyselop Hardy 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Susan Wise Harris 
Smithfield, N. C. 




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Nancy Isabel Heath 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Virginia Miller Heron 
Chevy Chase, Md. 

Norma Beattie Hickson 
Bedford, Va. 





Cornelia Elliot Hines 

Lookout Mountain, Term. 

Eliza Roberts Hofler 
Windsor, N. C. 

Gwendolyn Mae Houck 
Charleston, W. Va. 






Genevieve Preston Hunter 
Asheville, N. C. 

Penelope Elise Ives 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Dorothy Coleman Jarman 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 






Sara Joanna Jeffries 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Nancy Butler Jenkins 
New Orleans. La. 

Travette Jennette 
Engelhard, N. C. 






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Juniors 








Marlha Dabney Johnston 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Map Elizabeth Kalkhurst 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Burnley Brockenbrougfa Kinnej 

Greensboro. N. C. 



Shirley Ann Kriegel 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Margaret Anita Langhaai 
Kennett Square. Pa. 

Mary Stafford Larsen 
Leesburg. Fla. 






Sally Johnston Leach 
Littleton. N. C. 

Mary Louise Liipfert 
Winston-Salem. N. C. 

Dorothy Wadclell Linker 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 






Mary Ruth McCutcheon 
Conway, S. C. 

Courtenay Cordes McDowell 
Charleston. S. C. 

Jane Satchwell McKenzie 
Sumter. S. C. 






Victoria Bellamy McKenzie 
Laurinburg. N. C. 

Toi Robeson MacKethan 

Fa\etteville. N. C. 

Julia Anne Martin 
Richmond. Va. 






Martha Ann Martin 
Charlotte. N. C. 

Mary Jane Meacham 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 

Julia Frances Merrill 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 



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Juniors 



Maude Swindell-Hodges Moore 
Ken more, N. Y. 

Brenda Lee Murph 
Hartsville. S. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Nichols 
Durham. N. C. 






Carroll Ann Niemeyer 
Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Mary Carlisle Northington 
South Hill. Va. 

Carolyn Gordon Ottley 
Riverside, Conn. 



Elsie Mclver Chisolm Otto 
Savannah, Ga. 

Dorothy Patton Parker 
Asheville, N. C. 

Linda Daniel Parker 
Elkin, N. C. 







Mary Kellogg Parker 
Sarasota, Fla. 

Erwin Wallace Parrott 
Kinston, N. C. 

. Mary Burwell Peyton 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Mary Bryan Pitt 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Mary Robbins Pleasants 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Carolyn Williams Powell 
Richmond, Va. 



Harriett Wilson Rogers 
Laurinburg, N. C. 

Dorothy Rosamond 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Kathryne Hope Ruark 
Raleigh. N. C. 










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Juniors 










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Marcia Latham Sawyers 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Sandra Fay Scott 
Charleston, S. C. 

Lucy Pride Shand 
Columbia, S. C. 



Virginia Griffith Simmons 
Asheville. N. C. 

Margaret Eunice Smith 
Charleston, S. C. 

Susanne Rochet Smith 
Conway, S. C. 



Lucy Henry Soulhall 
Amelia. Va. 

Virginia Ballou Speagle 
Hickory. N. C. 

Henrietta Pressley Spigner 
Columbia. S. C. 



Malinda Keck Swineford 
Richmond. Va. 

Sarah Elizabeth Switzer 
Greenville. S. C. 

Frances Harvey Tankard 
Washington. N. C. 



Sandra Jane Tapp 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Lida Terrell Taylor 
Lynchburg. Va. 

Helen Anne Thackston 
Spartanburg. S. C. 



Hazel Cecile Thebaut 
Jacksonville. Fla. 

Mary Pennington Thomas 
Columbia. S. C. 

Ann Claiborne Thompson 
Newport News. Va. 



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Juniors 



Henrietta DeWitt Tillery 
Henderson, N. C. 

Evelyn Barringer Topping 
Pantego, N. C. 

Jane Lippincott Turner 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Morton Goode Vaden 
Petersburg, Va. 

Martha Leonard Van Noppen 
Madison. N. C. 

Jane Carter Walker 
Mount Hope. W. Va. 



June Warren Wall 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Elizabeth Marie Wallin 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mary Margaret Watkins 
Waynesville. N. C. 









Elizabeth Mitchell Whalen 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Frances Kee Wheless 
Louisburg, N. C. 

Louisa Bitting Whitaker 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Julia Anne White 
East Tavvas, Mich. 

Frances Finley Wiebel 
North Wilkesboro. N. C. 

Charlotte Bryan Williams 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Fan Stark Wilson 
Manson. N. C. 

Martha Joanne Wilson 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Ellen Wright 
Rome, Ga. 






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Juniors 




Joy Ella Youngblood 
Beaufort. S. C. 







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A typical counselors' room? 

This is a birthday party? 

Right out of Vogue! 



Nassau bound. 
The Rockettes perhaps? 

Coke break? 



Commercial Class Officers 




Johnel Pofienberger, President; Vicky Ehrhart, I ire-President : Ashley Wade, Secretary: Betty Kn) Separk, Treasurer. 



We are the Commercial Class. We enjoy sleeping and playing bridge 
when we are not in class taking dictation, typing, or doing some of the 
other things that commercial students have to do in order "'to prepare them- 
selves for the business world." Since we have no Saturday classes, we 
always sleep until about twelve and then we get up so we can start getting 
ready for the week end. We leave hoping that next year's class will have 
more privileges and slill be prepared "to go out into the business world." 



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Commercial Class 



Sophia Jeannette Baker 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Rowena Sutton Bruiser 
Richmond. Va. 

Ann lone Clark 
Raleigh. N. C. 






Ann Shields Dickson 
Burlington, N. C. 

Susan Victoria Ehrhart 
Scotland Neck. N. C. 

Margaret Louise Ford 
Kinston, N. C. 



Elizabeth Warner Freeman 
Pelham, N. Y. 

Lujane Glenn Gray 
Kinston, N. C. 

Mary Priscilla Lyerly 
Roanoke Rapids. N. C. 



Carolyn Ann Moody 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Johnel Tate Poffenberger 
Richmond. Va. 

Elizabeth Kay Separk 
Raleigh. N". C. 



Pamala Fay Voliva 
Belhaven, N. C. 

Mary Ashley Wade 
Dunn. N. C. 

Mary Wiatt Yarborough 
Raleigh. N. C. 




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Sophomore Class Officers 



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Barney It (tlher. President; Elaine Graybill, Vice-President : Martha Temple, Secretary: Margaret Glenn. Treasnr 



We are the Sophomores. Girls who are at last headed toward high 
school graduation. The past two years have been years of experience. 
Nowhere but in the Sophomore year could there have been so many shafts, 
so many Canterbury Tales, or so many Sophomore petitions be put up. 
to have had so few passed. Nevertheless, we have enjoved these two years 
in which we have learned all about scarabs, kilts, and weejuns. Those of us 
who are leaving and those who are remaining look forward to a future 
of more dates, more overnights, and no' more high school boys. 



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Sophomores 



Ann Meade Baskervill 
Stony Creek, Va. 

Nancy Swindell Baum 
Engelhard, N. C. 

Gene Famous Birdsong 
Suffolk. Va. 

Almira Woodard Bruton 
Wilson. N. C. 

Emma Lula Bullard 
Wilson. N. C. 

Gladys Elizabeth Canada 
Lynchburg. Va. 

Phyllis Grace Cannon 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Sarah Wallton Carpenter 
South Boston, Va. 

Robbin Scott Causey 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Barbara Jenn Craig 
Durham, N. C. 

Barbara Bishop Ellisberg 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Marianne Macaire Ewbank 
Hendersonville. N. C. 

Ann Sherrod Farmer 
Wilson, N. C. 

Jean Elizabeth Flanagan 
Kinston, N. C. 

Martha Cooper Fowler 
Statesville. N. C. 

Margaret Wingfield Glenn 
Columbus, Ga. 



Susan French Goode 
Lumberton, N. C. 

Martha Elaine Grayhill 
Statesville. N. C. 

Susan James Hathaway 
Elizabeth City. N. C. 

Valerie Anne Hodgson 
Lumberton, N. C. 

Frances Dabney Jones 
Gainesville, Fla. 

Elizabeth Harlan Light 
Lexington, Va. 

Jane Galloway McCown 
Tryon, N. C. 

Frances Elaine McLanahan 
Elberton, Ga. 



Jary Carolyn Miller 
Lakeland, Fla. 

Jane Morrison Moore 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Mary Norcross Myers 
Columbia, S. C. 

Cynthia Catherine Nixon 
Knoxville, Tenii. 




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Sophomores 




Frances Elizabeth Pegues 
Monroe, N. C. 

Elizabeth Nelson Pemberton 
Yaneeyville, N. C. 

Patricia Sheridan Pitzer 
Roanoke, Va. 

Mary Lynn Pond 
Darlington. S. C. 



Patricia Sears Powers 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Sally Ansley Quillian 
Columbus. Ga. 

Foy Jane Roberson 
Greenville. S. C. 

Lucie Bristol Rouse 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Ladawalya Tim Sirimonkol 
Bangkok. Thailand 

Sally Holmes Stevens 
Shiloh. N. C. 

Jeanne Camille Stinnett 
Brenham. Texas 

Jean Frances Stroman 
Orangeburg. S. C. 

Martha Pound Temple 
High Point. N. C. 

Frances Elizabeth Tynes 
Greensboro. N. C. 

Kathrvn Ann Vale 
Norlina, N. C. 

Elizabeth Barne\ Walker 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Merrie Havnes Walker 
Elkin. N. C. 

Nona Preston Walker 
Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

Kathrvn Dade Wall 
Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Betty Jane Wands 
Cooleemee. N. C. 



Frances Hicks Williamson 
Fayetteville. N. C. 

Cvdne Anne Wright 
Greensboro. N. C. 

Toler Tucker ^ates 
Asheboro, N. C. 



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And her belly shook like a bowjul of jelly. 

Keep smilin' kids — just five more months. 

Nothing like a part). 



Now don't forget you've got to get up at 6:00 in the morn- 
ing and dress up tor breakfast. 
What's wrong GoodeY Is it just exactl) like yours? 
He's just absolutely a Greek god. 



Freshman Class Officers 




Anne McKinney, Vice-President; Kit Eiclwrn, President; Anne Hundley, Secretory; Carolyn Broun. Treasur 



We are the Freshmen. Our main reasons for coming to St. Mary's are 
pretty obvious — perfection of study habits, preparation for college days, etc. 
We actually try to accomplish these ends; but as our bridge playing im- 
proves, our grades come closer and closer to hitting rock bottom. Some of us 
even have to go to study hall; and during those two hours of silence, we 
become extremely proficient at annoying teachers and plaving tic-tac-toe. 
While goofing-off in the hall, we anxiously await that call that will assure 
us of that all-important once-a-week date. Right now we are looking for- 
ward to being Sophomores next year and to "guiding" our Freshmen little 
sisters. 



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Freshmen 



Sarah Seward Athony 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Octavia Susan Ashford 
New Bern, N. C. 

Carol Lynne Ashley 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Nancy Gray Baker 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Susan Margaret Becton 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Kaye Terrell Boyle 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Carolyn Tuggle Broun 
Martinsville, Va. 

Alice Alexander Carr 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Catherine Preston Chandler 
Burlington, N. C. 

Carol Ann Combs 
Creswell, N. C. 

Karen Dendy Cooper 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Gretchen Jean Craig 
Durham. N. C. 



Anne Cheshire de la Vergne 
Salt Point. N. C. 

Alexa Irene Draxler 
Morganton, N. C. 

Katherine Burke Duncan 
Apex, N. C. 

Alice Young Dupre 
Mt. Pleasant. N. C. 



Susan Haughton Ehringhaus 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Barbara Sullivan Eichelberger 
Clinton, N. C. 

Mary Katherine Eichhorn 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Esther Sharon Finch 
Thomasville. N. C. 



Elizabeth Louise Grady 
Caracas, Venezuela 

Frances Fullerton Hopkins 
Columbus. Ga. 

Ann Gaskill Hundley 
Wallace. N. C. 

Janie Palmer Judd 
Varina, N. C. 



Lola Young Kearney 
Snow Hill. N. C. 

Frances Ellen Leonard 
Winchester. Va. 

Mary Holbrook Lumpkin 
Columbia, S. C. 

Marguerite McPheeters McKee 
Raleigh. N. C. 
















Freshmen 



Anne MacKinney 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Millicent Carrie Marsden 
High Point. N. C. 

Suzanne Mary Miller 
Southern Pines, N. C. 

Anne Morgan Moore 
Burlington, N. C. 



Judith Willis Moseley 
Columbia, S. C. 

Lane Smith Norman 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Marion Elizabeth Purcell 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Susan Caroline Russell 
Morganton, N. C. 

Betty Gayle Sanford 
Newport News, Va. 

Mary Lucinda Schwartz 
Sanford. N. C. 

Pamela Anne Scott 
Fair Bluff, N. C. 

Louise McMurry Sory 
Palm Beach, Fla. 



Marilyn Ann Stadler 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Isabella Jane Stronach 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Delia Harriett Taylor 
Hubert. N. C. " 

Louise Ryland Thornton 
Sussex, Va. 



Rose Patterson Watson 
Columbia, S. C. 

Aryne Estelle Weeks 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Jean Cecelia Winborne 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Martha Ann Wright 
Raleigh, N. C. 




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It's ft Toni? What happened? 

Well, let me tell you what happened when I was in the 

Swiss Navy. 

Nothing like an afternoon nap. 



Sometimes the going really gets rough. 
I I, now it's right here somewhere. 

Who done it? 



Special Students 



Aubrey Elizabeth Barbour 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Gretchen Marie Bode 
Raleigh, N. C. 



J alricia Sue Campbell 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Julia Jeffreys Hartigan 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Eugene Albert Homme 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dorothy Rose Isom 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Genevieve Jeffreys 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Anne Elizabeth Lynch 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Nanc) Jean Morris 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Dorothy Sue Nahikian 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Betsy Anne Phifer 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Chan Poyner 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Susan DeKovan Poyner 
Raleigh. N. C. 



John Clement Ruggero 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Judith Annette Watkins 
Raleigh. N. C. 



Jane Senter Wooden 
Raleigh. N. C. 



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Organizations 



The Student Government 
of St. Mary's consists of 
judicial legislative, and 
executive branches. The 
organization regulates 
student affairs and works 
towards a close relation- 
ship between the students 
and faculty. The officers 
are entrusted with the 
supervision of all phases 
of life at St. Mary's. 



Student Governmei 




Left to right: Hannah Wright, Linda Ramsay, Sally Upton, Edith Alston, Amelia Yancey, Diane lilanton. 



Honor Council 



l.ejt to right: Robin Causey, Julie White, Bitsy If'ingficld. Diane Blunlon, Edith Alston, Amelia Yancey. Patsy 
Frank, Courtney McDowell, Sophia Baker. 



The judicial branch is 
composed of members 
from each class at St. 
Mary's and is concerned 
with interpreting the 
Honor Code and dealing 
with violators of this 
Code. 




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Association 






Edith Alston 

President 

Student Government Association 



Amelia Yancey 

Vice-President 

Student Government Association 



Diane Blanton 

Secretary 

Student Government Association 



Student Government Officers 






Hannah Wright 

Chairman 

Hall Council 



Linda Ramsay 

Secretary 

Hall Council 



Sally Upton 

President 
Day Students 



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Student Governmei 




The Hall Council has juris- 
diction over matters not de- 
termined by the Honor Coun- 
cil. The Council is composed 
of the hall counselors and day 
student representatives whose 
duties are to maintain order 
on the halls and to offer ad- 
vice when needed. 




Linda Ramsay, Secretary and Hannah Wright, Chair- 
man, discuss business before Hail Council. 



Disciplinary committee is composed of: first row: 
Hannah Wright, Edith Alston, second row: Amelia 
Yancey, Linda Ramsay, Sheffield Wilson. 



Hall Council 



First roiv, left to right: Gay Davis, Betsy Dunn, Susanne Bowles, Ruth Bowles, Ginny McKimmon, Mary Marsha/I, Molly Cooper. Second 
row: Margaret Midyette, Archer Lee Hannah, Helen Reid. Amelia Yancey, Sheffield U'ilson, Hannah If right, Linda Ramsay. Edith Alston, 
Stuart Austin, Diane Keyes, Susan Foe. Third row: Lii Lit Ridenhour, Jo Ann Rorhow, Becky Petrea, Anne Tyler. Janet Dawson. 
Muff Nabers, Margaret Atkinson, Forrest Williamson, CI eve Fletcher, Jean Lippels, Patsy Frank, Anna Cay Henry, Barbara Brittain, 
Diane Blanton. Carter McAlister, Martha Put Bell, Ann Osterman, Mary Moore, Trudy Johnson, Brandy MrKin/ey, Gill Ho/combe. 




Association 




First row, left to right: Barney Walker, Cathy Chandler. Gill Holcombe, Sits- 
anne Bowles, Mart} IF'atkins, Margaret Mill yet te, Amelia Yancey, John el 
Poffenbttrger. Second row: Mary Christopher, Anne Clark, Sally Upton, Sally 
Stevens, Hannah If right, Mafj Sabers, Edith Alston. 



Legislative Body 



The Legislative Body, composed of elected class represent- 
atives and faculty advisors, considers student petitions and 
works for the improvement of social and dormitory regula- 
tions. 



Susanne Bowles 
Chairman Legislative Body 



Handbook 
Committee 

The duties of the Hand- 
book Committee in- 
volve the editing and 
revising of the school's 
handbook which is dis- 
tributed to all students 
before the first of each 
term. 




Margaret Midyette. Editor 



Lett tn rifiht: Susan Bergamini, Carol Combs, June Boddie, Sully 
Upton, Anne Metis. 



The Circle 




Lejt to right: Amelia Yancey, 
Secretary: Stuart Austin, 
President: Martha Put Bell, 
Treasurer. 



One of the projects the Circle 
undertakes each year is the 
sale ol St. Mary's mugs. 



Stuart Austin. Edith Alston, Martha Pat 
Hell, Diane Blanton. Gay Davis, Becky 
Elmore. 



Virginia McKimmon, Edith Nabers, Linda 
Ramsay. Sully Upton. Hannah If right, 
Amelia Yancey. 



Barbara Brittain. Susan Harris. Nancy 
Heath. Anna Cay Henry. Cornelia Hines. 
GUI Holcombe. Sheffield ITilson. Bitsy 
W ingfield. 



The highest honor a girl can receive at St. Mary's is to be tapped as a member of the Circle. The Cir- 
cle is an organization which promotes a co-operative spirit among the students and stresses high ideals 
of service, fellowship, citizenship, and scholarship. The Circle itself stands for unity of purpose. 



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The Beacon 




The Beacon members sell decals and dour hangers to 
fin members of the student body at various times 
throughout the year. 




H dynes Walker, Gee Canada, Elaine 
Gray bill, Jane Moore, Mary Myers, 
Martha Temple. Barney Walker, Cydne 
If right. 



Robin Causey, Margaret Glenn. \lm- 
geurite MrKee, Anne MacKinney, Betty 
Gayle Sanjord, Sally Stevens, Jean If in- 
borne, Toler 1 ales. 



The Beacon is the honorary organization of the high school department. The purpose of the Beacon is 

to increase school spirit and to promote co-operation and participation in school activities. Members 

are selected on the basis of participation in extra-curricular activities, school spirit, leadership, and 
scholarship. 



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Editorial Staff 



Stage 




Left to right: First row: Susan Harris, Susan Keel, Polly Parker, Sally Quilliun, Joanna Dayvault, Ginger Speagle. 
Second row: Hat/ley Morgan, Lane Norman, Bee Pitt, Jane {funds, Jody Black well. Ann Neimeyer, Carolyn Broun, 
Margaret Atkinson. Third row: Anne Dickson* Vicky McKenzie, Irene McGuirk. Dee Jarman, Martha Pat Bell, Mary 
Jane Meachani, Mary Richard Chambers, Lucy Southa/I, Anne McKinney. 



Gay Davis 
Editor 



The editorial stuff studies old 
yearbooks in order to get inter- 
esting ideas for picture layouts. 



The St. Mary's Yearbook, the 
Stagecoach under the direction 
of the editor. Gay Davis, por- 
trays in one volume all phases of 
campus life. From September 
until the final deadline, the edi- 
torial staff busily works to de- 
velop the theme, write the copy, 
plan the layouts and get pictures. 
On Class Day in May each r-hi- 
dent is given her annual in order 
at she may always remember 
her friends and activities at St. 
Mary's. 



The Staff Members make a last minute « 
on the annual just before it goes to press. 




Coach 



Business Staff 




First row, left to right: Barbara Leippe, Betty Whalen, Susan Becton, Jean W inborne, Ann Metis. Second re 
Penny Ives, Martha Thomas, Sally Upton, Susan Ehringhaus, Carol Ashley. 



The business staff, under the 
direction of the Business Man- 
ager, Stuart Austin, is responsi- 
ble for soliciting advertisements 
from Raleigh merchants to pro- 
vide financial backing for the 
publication. 



7'he business slat) checks old annuals lor 
a list ol available advertisers. 



<d8L • >* 





Stuart Austin 
Business Managei 



A careful study ol ad layouts is made by 
staff members in order to make the adver- 
tising effective. 




First row left to right: Lii Lii Ridenhour, Cleve Fletcher. Strand row: Alexa Draxler. Ann Moore. Mart Peyton, Susan Hums. Mary 
Richard Chambers Cookie Arthur. Third row: Jackie Baublitz, Nancy Heath. Patsy Frank, Susan Keel. Hadley Morgan. Ann Benson. 
Fourth row: Cecile Thebout. Leslie Redding. Dee Tillery, Stuart Austin, Ann Neimeyer, .Margaret Atkinson, Edith Kellermann. Filth row: 
Betsy Holland, Ann Baskerville, Jane Hands. Nelson I'emberton, Sally Quilliun, Lane Norman. Ar 
Forrest Williamson, Jackie Polk, Betsy Lynn, Anne Melts, Martha Put Bell, Barney Walker, Dade 



Burwell. Sixth row: Jane Brooks, 
7 all, Ann Farmer. 



Belles 




The school newspaper, the Belles, under the direc- 
tion of the editor, Carter McAlister, gives a bi- 
monthly report of St. Mary's activities, both social 
and scholastic. The Belles staff not only covers 
all school events, but also encourages creative 
writing and offers training in editing and publish- 
ing. 



Lii Lii Ridenhour, News Editor and Reeky Elmore, 
Feature Editor remove artieles from the "Belles" 
box for correction and revision. 




Carter McAlister 
Editor-in-chief 




Left to right: Joanna Dayvault, Salli Harper, Holly Lumpkin, Lit Lii Riilrnhour, Mary Jane Deadwyler. 



The Muse 



The Muse offers to the aspiring; writers of St. Mary's 
an opportunity to benefit from the criticism of fellow 
writers. The literary magazine, entirely composed of 
student work, is annually published 



Mary Ann Ca 
Editor 




Members of the Mnse staff revise one last 
time before the magazine goes to press. 



The Altar Guild 



The Silver Committee works hard to keep smudges and finger prints from tarnishing the 
Chapel silver. 




The Brass Committee is responsible for keeping the brass 
polished. The girls on the flower committee arrange the 
flowers for the altar. 



The St. Mary's Altar Guild, under the guidance of Dr. Guerry 
and Miss Bason, is composed of seniors who wish to help in the 
care of the Chapel. The members of this organization serve as 
acolytes and crucifers and take care of the interior of the Chapel. 





Charlotte Thorne 

President 



First row: Sheffield 11 ilson. Becky Elmore. Janet Dawson. Betty Lynch. Sasan Keel. 
Jerry McCombs. Second row: Anne Benson. Emily kelson. Archer Lee Hannah, 
ffatlle) Morgan, Jo Ann Rochow. GUI Holcombe. Anne Metis. Mary Brodie Jones. 
Third row: Anne Dickson Amelia Yancey, Arden Fobes. Kay Land. 




First row, left to right: Jeanne Stinnett, Anne Baskerville, Elaine Gray bill, Patsy Frank, Sue Creech. Second row: ]ody Blackwel! , 
Cynthia Nixon, Nona If at her, Winston Conner, Nanne Chalgren. Third roiv: Cydne Wright, Agnes A/bright, Roses Watson, Betsy Vaden. 



Crucifers 




'J,eft to right: Barbara Brittain, Carol Hardy, Anna Cay Henry, 
/rancis Bridgets, Joanna Dayvault. 



In caring for the Chapel and in participating in Chapel services, 
four groups of girls are extremely active. Members of the Altar 
Guild care for the altar linen, brass, and silver, and prepare for 
the Holy Communion services. The Choir sings at every Chapel 
service in addition to presenting a program at Christmas and a 
Feast of Lights service at Ipiphany. The acolytes light the candles 
at each Chapel service and serve at the Holy Communion services. 
The Crucifers carry the cross at the Sunday services. 



Acolytes 




Left to right: Sheffield W'ihon, Ginny McKimmon, Helen Lee, Helen Reid, Lii Lii Riden- 
hour, Ruth Johnson, Forrest Williamson. 



Dramatics Club 




First row, left to right: Lane Norman, Sheila Hannah, Ann Thompson, Lii LH Ridenhour. Mary Jane Deadwyfer, Alvxa Draxler, Bame\ 
Walker, Ann Farmer, Ann Baskervi/le, Cookie Arthur, Cleve Fletcher, Brenda Murph. Second rote: Judy Moseley, Melinda Swineford, 
Jean Lippels, Pam Wright, Bitsy Foster, Archer Lee Hannah, Betsy Nichols, Tim Sirmonkof, Jean Stinnett, Ginger Speagle, Nanry 
Jenkins, Elaine Graybiil. Rhetta Spigner. Third row: Hope Ruark, Anne Melts, Helen Lee, Ardcn Fohes, Nanne Chalgren, Julie White, 
Becky Pctrea, Kay Land, Nancy Heath, Frances Tynes, Shirley Kriegef, Harriet Rogers, Dade Kail, Jane If and s. 





"Sabrina Fair." November 22. I960. 



Becky Petrea, President ; Pam Wright, Secretary; and 
Arden Fobes, Program Chairman, practice operating lights 
lor performances. 



The Dramatics Club provides information and activities for 
those girls interested in the theatre. Under the direction of 
Mrs. Nancy Stanley, the members receive practice training 
in scenery, make-up. lighting, staging, and acting. This 
year the Dramatics Club presented Sabrina Fair and 
Pygmalion. 




Mrs. Nancy Stamey 

Head oj Dramatics Departm 




Dance Marshals 



To insure the success of dances at St. Mary's, careful planning is the responsibility of the 
Dance Marshals. The Chief Dance Marshal is the Senior representative. Elected by their 
classes the Dance Marshals are: Ruth Mills, Chief; Erwin Parrot, Nona Walker, and Tay 
Ashford. 




Fire Captain 

Searching frantically for flashlights and slamming windows 
are sure signs that our fire captain. Brandy McKinley has 
scheduled another drill. The fire drills are carried out in 
co-operation with the Raleigh Fire Department to insure the 
protection of St. Mary's Students. 



Assembly Chairman 

Poise, sincerity, and originality, which are qualities 
necessary to hold the attention of the students, are 
found in this year's Assembly Chairman, Jean Lip- 
pels. Meeting her responsibility, she has presented 
a variety of well received programs. 




Glee Club 




First row, left to right: Diane Blanton, Barbara Cheek, Susanne Bowies, Jeanne Stinnett, Ann Bashervitle, Nancy Heath, Julia Miller. 
Anne Swindell, Buzzy Miller. Second row: Mary Jane Deadwyler, Judy Merrill, Betsy Vaden, Betty Gail San/ord, Jean Birrlsong. Belly 
Ferguson. Terrell Boyle, Norma Hickson, Nanne Chalgren, Sue Creech. Third row: Lucy Southall. Mary Larsen. Francis Jones, Dee Jar- 
man, Kay Land, Louise Thomas, Marion Puree!!, Anne Hundly, Mary Jane Meechem, Gretchen Craig, Anne Cameron Bowman. 



Miss Geraldine Cate 
Director 




Under the direction of Miss Geraldine Cate, the Glee Club 
presents concerts throughout the year. They traditionally 
present programs at Christmas and graduation. This year 
for their additional project the girls worked with the Raleigh 
Community Choir which presented the "Magnificat." They 
also presented a program with the Cold Cuts at State Col- 
lege in the spring. 



The Ensemble represents a select 
group of Glee Club members who are 
especially interested in vocal music. 
Throughout the year, the members 
present a variety of programs for 
local community organizations. 



Seated: Miss Cate. Standing, left to right: Ann Cameron Bowman. Gretchen Craig, 
Dee Jarnwn, Betty Ferguson. Barbara Cheek. Ann Swindell. Linda Latham, Maude 
Moore. Sue Creech. 



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First row, left to right: Nancy Jenkins, Frances Pegues, Alexa Draxler, Joanna 
Dayvault, Mary Peyton, Emma Ballard, Kit Eichhorn, Delia Taylor. Second 
row: Anne Metis, Anne Summers, Lii Lii Ridenhour, Leslie Redding, Alice 
Carr, Terrell Boyle, Forrest Williamson, 



The Young Women's Christian Association is a non-denomi- 
national service organization designed to aid those in need. 
Its members organize visits to the State School for the Blind, 
Old People's Home, and the Orphanage and attempt to make 
such holidays as Christmas more enjoyable for the less fortu- 
nate. In this manner, St. Mary's derives many benefits from 
its Christian service. 

Margaret Gardner, Vice-President; Patsy Frank, President. 



Joanna Dayvault, Vice-President ; Forrest IfiJIiamson, President: 
Leslie Redding, Secretary-Treasurer. 

The Canterbury Club is the Young People's organ 
zation of the Episcopal Church. The Episcopal st 
dents and other interested girls from St. Mary's join 
students from various colleges in Raleigh for the 
purpose of Christian fellowship and study. 

First row, left to right: Rhetta Spigner, Arden Fobes, Helen Lee, 
Cynthia Nixon, Susan Blythe. Second row: Margaret Gardner, Mari- 
anne Ewbank, Jeanne Stinnett, Nancy Ashmore, Dolly Linker, Jerry 
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FiVs/ row, /e// to right; Betsy Dunn, Anne Melts, Nancy Baker, Betty Lynch, Toi Mackethan, Susan Ehringhaus. Second row: Almiru 
Bruton, Nelson Pemberton, Mary Moore, G. G. Saunders, Mary Marshall, Anna Cay Henry, Cleve Fletcher, Ginny McKimmon, Beth 
Bellamy, Frances Tankard. Third row: Jane Stronach, Ginny Simmons, Sheffield Wilson, Anne DeLarergne. Holly Lumpkin, Margaret 
Atkinson, Roses Watson, Lucy Southall, Mary Richard Chambers, Marguerite Howard. Jean Winburn, Gene Hunter, Cookie Arthur, Toy 
Ashford. 



Granddaughter's Club 



Girls whose mothers or grandmothers attended St. 
Mary's compose the Granddaughters Club. The 
club's main project is the sale of St. Mary's address 
hooks, and it contributes to the St. Mary's Loyalty 
Fund. Members help the Alumnae Association 
with class reunions. The Alumnae secretary di- 
rects the Club's activities. 



First row, left to right: Betsy Nichols, Toy Ashlord, Mary Richard Chambers. 
If atson. Dade If all. Dee Jarntan. l\ot pictured: Anne Dickson. Ann Battle. 



Doctor's 
Daughters 9 Club 



Daughters of doctors make up the St. 
Mary's Doctor's Daughters' Club. These 
girls try to help unfortunate people 
throughout the year. One of their proj- 
ects is distribution of baskets of food 
In needy people. 




Cold Cuts 



First row, left to right: Diane Bl'mton, 
Betsy Holland, Gay Davis, Becky Elmore, 
Betsy Dunn. Second row: Trudie Johnson, 
Susanne Bowles, Sue Creech, Ruth Bowles, 
Irene McGuirk. Third row: Muff Nabers. 
Carter McAlister, Sa/li Harper, Sheffield 
Wilson. Edith Alston. (Not pictured, Mar- 
garet Midyette). 



The Cold Cuts or the St. Mary's 
combo is a specially talented 
group of girls who play rather 
unorthodox instruments. Its pur- 
pose is to promote better school 
spirit and campus relationships 
by playing at various school func- 
tions. From time to time through- 
out the year the Cold Cuts played 
at some of the fraternity houses 
at State, and in the spring they 
presented a program at the Stu- 
dent Union along with the St. 
Mary's Glee Club. 




First row. left to right: Pom Wright, Mary Lee Hinson, Susan Bergamini, Betsy Holland. Second row: Anne Tyler, 
Cill Holcomhe. Ann Rattle. Salli Harper, Sheffield Wilson, Becky Elmore. (Not pictured, Trudie Johnson, Chairman). 



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First row, left to right: Eliza Hofier, Susan Becton, Patricia Power;, Frances Pegucs, Jean Flanagan. Ann Baskervi/le, Hadley Morgan. 
Nancy Baker, Betsy Kalkhurst, Susan Keel, Jo-Ann Rochow, Gay Davis. Second row: Patsy Frank. Joanna Dayvault, Marianne Ewbank. 
Susan Hathaway, Ann Hundley, Terrell Boyle, Martha Temple, Susm Bergamini, Lane Norman, Holly Lumpkin, G. G. Saunders, Betty 
Jones, Nancy Ganger, Sheila Hannah, Gill Holcombe. Third row: Betsy Holland, Frances Tankard, Carlton Savage, IJda Taylor. Gene 
Birdsong, Dade Wall, Ann Farmer. Janet Dawson, Susan Ehringhaus, Nell Bowen, Jean If ' inborne. Fourth row: Linda Ramsay. Mary Jane 
Meachem, Tra Jennette, Jane Walker, Cookie Arthur, Mary Marshall, Missy W il Ham son. Miss Elizabeth Tucker (advisor). Fifth row: 
Jerry McCombs, Toi Mackethan, Jane Wands, Jane Moore, Haynes Walker, Cynthia Nixon, Frances Tynes. Sixth row: Helen Lee, 
Frances Jones, Gee Canada, Cydne Wright, Susan Goode, Almira Bruton, Nelson Pemberton. 



Seated : Gee Canada, President : Standing: Jane 
Moore, Vice-President : Frances Jones, Secretary : 
Vicky Chubb, Treasurer. 




YDC represents the Democratic contingent of the student 
body and endeavors to promote active participation in poli- 
tics. Interest was aroused during the I960 election year by 
a rally held in assembly and a serenade on front campus by 
Jim Symington. A mock election was held after the rally, 
and results gave proof to the fact that a strong two-party 
system exists among college students in the South. 



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Firsf row, £e/J (o right: Trudie Johnson, Sheffield Wilson, Alice Carr, Susan Russell, Carlisle Northington, Aryue Weeks, Elaine Gray- 
bill, Robin Causey. Barbara Brittain. Second roiv: Sally Quiilian, Sharon Finch, Betty Cayle Sunford, Kit Eichhorn, Alice Dul J re, Amelia 
Yancey, Mary Larsen. Barbara Cheek, Betty Lynch, Rosemary Adair. Third row: Barbara Eiche/berger. Becky Elmore, jean Lippels. 
Martha Ruse Lambeth, Julie Miller, Anne Summers, Frances McLanahan, Mary Myers, Ann Dickson, Cynthia Anderson. Fourth row: 
Mary Shepard, Julie White, Maude Moore, Cornelia Hines, Courtney McDowell, Nancy Gouger, Beth Grady, Margaret Smith. 



Sealed : Barbara Brittain, President. Standing, 
left to right : Ann Wright, Publicity Chairman : 
Sheffield U " il son. Secretary: Sal/i Harper, Treas- 
urer; Brandy Mckinley, \ tie-President. 



YRC was organized in order to stimulate student interest 
in government and politics and the furthering of the two- 
party system. YRC was responsible for a Republican 
rally with John Gavin, the Republican gubernatorial candi- 
date for North Carolina, as the Speaker. Various other 
tallies evoked great enthusiasm for the Republican presi- 
dential ticket. 



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Trick or Treat? 

You'd just never believe what happened. 



Eat. Drink and be merry, for tomorrow you may diet. 

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Left to right: Tay Ashlord, Anne Neimeyer, Liza Sory, Robin Causey, Carolyn Brown, Alice Carr. Gene Bird song. Jo-Ann Rochow, Judy 
Merritt, Susan Blythe, Lynn Boyce, Pain Voliva, Vicky Coxe, Jane Moore. 




Sigmas sit on the sidelines and cross their fingers tor their teammates. 



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Left to right: Carolyn Powell, Janet Dawson, Marty Watkins, Brooke Davila, Cynthia Anderson, Julie White, Erwin Parrott, Cleve Fletcher, 
Ginny Simmons, Jackie Baublitz, Susan Goode, Alary Richard Chambers, Alice DtlPre. 




The Mus must be winning—they look so confident 



Frances Douglass Bridgers, President, and If inston Conner, 
Vice-President'. 




Letter Club 



The Letter Club is composed of girls who have proved 
outstanding in one or more of the various sports, such 
as soccer, basketball, volleyball, Softball, and tennis. 
This club headed by Dabney Johnston, provides an 
opportunity for girls to develop their athletic ability 
as well as a spirit of keen competition. 



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Left tu right, first row: Moll) Cooper, Betsy Dunn. Amelia Yancey, Jo-Anne RochotO, Winston Conner. Palsy Frank. Second row; Ann 
Thompson. Martha Rose Lambeth. Carleton Savage. Betsy Nichols, Dabney Johnston, Nancy Heath. Vicky Chubb, Barney Walker. Third 
row: Anne Dickson. Carol Hardy,, Gee Canada. Frances Bridgers. Frances Jones, Toler Yates. Sophia Pike. 



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Orchesis 



Orchesis under the direction of 
Mrs. Doris Bailey, consists of a 
selected group of outstanding 
dancers. The programs given by 
this club are looked forward to 
by each and every student at St. 
Mary's. The suggestions of this 
exclusive group form a founda- 
tion for our May Day program. 




Tricia Armstrong 
President 




Alice U 'it son. Susan Poe. Jane Flanagan. Triria Armstrong. Priscilta Lvlerly. Carleton Savage, Betsy Nichols. Second run-: Inn Thomp- 
son, Erwin Parrott. Brooke Darila. Hartley Morgan. Martha Pal Bell. Ann Osterman. Celeste Barnetle. Edith Alston. Margaret Miilyette. 
and Gay Davis. 



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Swimming Club 




One of the most anticipated annual events 
at St. Mary's is the water pageant that is 
given hy the Swimming club. These "mer- 
maids'' work hard at striving to achieve 
perfection in their individual styles and 
aquatic ahility. 



Margaret Atkinson 
President 




First row. left to right: Frances Jones, Sheery Pitzer. Ann Thompson. Jo- Ann Rorhow. Seronti row: Suzanne Miller. Fenny lies, 
Margaret Smith, Liza Sory, Helen Thaekston. On board: Sophia Pike, Betsy Dunn, Margaret Atkinson. Snsanne Bowles, and Salti Harper. 



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Seniors just Never hare time to play. 

U.I', what is your suppressed desire? 

Old as I am, I still can't blow em all out at once. 



I can't believe you did thai. 

There's it Lilliputian among us 

The (.title strolls again. 




Please dig the cool cat ready for a night on the town. 

If hadayamean "Forgotten"? He en/led didn't he? 

Now trip the light fantastic. 



fl ell Girls, this is college. 

Crab your partner and doh-sey-doh. 

Paper, paper everyplace and not a thing to read-huh 

Brittain? 




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Beauty 
Anne Osterman 



Charm 
Hannah Wright 



Talent 
Pam Wright 



Superlatives 




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Superlatives 




Outstanding 




EDITH ALSTON 

The integrity of this outstanding girl has been well 
illustrated in the execution of her duties as Presi- 
dent of Student Government. Edith has been a 
leader and talented participant in every phase of 
life at St. Mary's, and her understanding and 
sincerity have made her one of the most outstand- 
ing members of her class. 



STUART AUSTIN 

The high ideals and friendly enthusiasm of this 
outstanding girl have led to her success in every- 
thing she undertakes. As President of the Circle, 
Stuart is held in high esteem by her fellow stu- 
dents. She commands the respect of all for her 
service to the school. 




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Seniors 



DIANE BLANTON 

With sincere devotion to her responsibility as a 
leader of St. Mary's, Diane has been outstanding 
in every way. Her personality, her keen mind, 
and her interest in others are only a few of the 
characteristics which have made her respected and 
admired by all. 




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JEAN EIFFELS 

With poise and sincerity Jean has added a wel- 
come note to the week-day assembly programs. 
Her dignity and charm make her deserving of the 
admiration of her friends. The interest and en- 
thusiasm she displays have distinguished her as 
a dependable leader. 



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Outstanding 




EDITH NABERS 

As President of the Senior Class, Muff has under- 
taken that responsibility with great strength and 
dignity. She has endeared herself to all of St. 
Mary's by her outstanding contributions of self 
and time, and she will always be remembered for 
her keen interest and dependability. 



LINDA RAMSAY 

In her sincere and conscientious way, Linda has 
lulfilled her extensive duties as Secretary of Hall 
Council. Her leadership is unquestioned and her 
ability is recognized by everyone in the many 
facets of activity at St. Mary's. 




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Seniors 



HANNAH WRIGHT 

In her quiet way, Hannah has become one of the 
most admired girls in her class. Her leadership, 
character, and high sense of honor have aided 
her in her work as Chairman of Hall Council and 
have made her deserving of the honor of outstand- 
ing student. 





AMELIA YANCEY 

An outstanding girl in every way, Amelia has 
given her relentless energy and leadership ability 
to her position of Vice-President of Student Gov- 
ernment. Her record of school service is long 
and her contributions to the spirit of St. Mary's 
will always be remembered. 



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Lett to right: Jo-Ann Hochow, Martha Pal Be/I. Susan Poe, Ann Osterman. Jean Lippe/a. and Molly Cooper. Chief. 








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Maid of Honor 

Molly Cooper 



May Court, left to right: Mary Lou Dorris, Haynes Walker, Jean Lippels, Edith Kellermann, Ann Osterman, Mary Brodie Jones, Arden 
Fobes, Molly Cooper, Frances Leonard, Martha Pat Bell, Cydne Wright, Hannah Wright, Winston Conner, Susan Poe. 




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